The Worldwide Developers Conference left us with plenty to work with in both the software and hardware departments, including Apple’s first smart speaker entry that looks… well, it’s uhhh…. interesting. We cover that and a controversy that pitted HTC fans with content creators and observers all alike with our guest, Nick Gray.

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June 8, 2017


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WWDC Summary


The news from WWDC delivered in just a few minutes and some in-depth discussion.

Fishing for the U11


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